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January 12, 1935

Association News

JAMA. 1935;104(2):125-126. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760020041017

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NEW FOOD AND DRUGS LEGISLATION  The Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry and the Committee on Foods of the American Medical Association have adopted respective statements concerning the revision of the Food and Drugs Act. These statements, in turn, have been endorsed by the Board of Trustees; publication has been authorized by the Council, the Committee and the Board,Austin A. Hayden,Secretary of the Board of Trustees.Paul Nicholas Leech,Secretary of the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry.Raymond Hertwig,Secretary of the Committee on Foods.

Report of the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry on Revision of the Food and Drugs Act in Special Reference to Drugs  In the thirty years since the federal Food and Drugs Act became law there have been notable developments in scientific, technologic and economic fields and many changes in methods of manufacture, distribution and sale of drugs and drug products. Experience in the administration

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